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Paslode 500959 T200-F18 18 ga. Brad Nailer
Most of us who use pneumatic nailers are partial to one brand or another, and if Paslode isnt usually your choice, we think you owe it to yourself to have a look at this brad nailer.
Well get out of the way the only thing we dont like: depth-of-drive isnt tool-free. Aside from that relatively small thing, this is one fantastic nailer. Its the lightest weve ever had in hand, and while that may not seem like such an important thing, it will be if youre working overhead for extended periods.
Probably its most outstanding feature is an unusually streamlined nose architecture that fits neatly into spots the other brands cant reach and guarantees your fastener drives exactly where you want it to.
Of course, this Paslode has all the things you expect from any nailer: a non-marring tip, directional exhaust to keep debris away from your face and a nice fastener length range, from 5/8 to 2-inch brads.
If youve already got a 16-gauge, you may not feel the need for the smaller gun, but well just say that its delicate touch is all wed want when working with cove, shoe, base and quarter-round moldings, stair spindles, outside crown corners, paneling, and any sort of decorative trim.--Kris Jensen-Van Heste
Whats in the Box
Nailer, safety glasses, lube oil, allen wrenches, manual, case
How did I do without this tool?
5/8" to 2" nails.
Only improvement: Make one not requirng a compressor.
I may buy a 2nd. Read more
My second gun, to be used as a back up because the first one which is going on ten years keeps on firing.Published 5 months ago by Stephen Honnef
This is an awesome little brad nailer, I only wish it had a hanging clip. I would buy the pin nailer if I had a need for it.Published 18 months ago by Chad
This nailer takes the widest range of brads of any of the brad nailers. The adjustable exhaust port lets you aim the exhaust away from yourself. Read morePublished 24 months ago by Dan J
Light yet well made. Since it takes a 2 inch nail you just need one tool for door and window trim. 18 gauge makes splitting rare and the holes are so small you don't even need to... Read morePublished on May 11, 2013 by CARL KARCHER
I've been using my Paslode Brad Nailer for almost a year, and it has performed like a champ. I did a lot of on-line research before making my purchase, and the Paslode was at (or... Read morePublished on April 25, 2013 by John Songster and Woodworker